by Tarrah Anders
Publication Date: June 26, 2021
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
When Summer suddenly finds herself single and in need of a place to stay, she turns to her best friend, Shaw. With nowhere else to go, she packs up and moves into his spare bedroom, just down the hall from his small son.
Summer has been a part of their life for years but stepping into their little family unit feels intimate in a way she hadn’t imagined and even more surprising is how she’s starting to notice all of Shaw’s sexy single dad traits.
When the lines of their friendship begin to blur, there’s no going back. Soon, they can’t keep their hands, or their mouths, off each other. Their connection has always been there only now it feels even stronger, as if they were always meant for more. But when Shaw’s ex-wife catches them in a compromising position, accusations and insinuations threaten to tear them apart. With his ex threatening to take him to court, Shaw’s world begins to unravel and everything that felt so right becomes tinted in ugliness.
Is the connection between Summer and Shaw strong enough to survive a court battle with his ex or will their new relationship and even their friendship crumble under the strain of the fight for his family?
About the Author
Tarrah Anders is a contemporary romance author who is all about the feels, with the twists of sexy mixed in between. Writing has always been a passion and Tarrah loves to share her words, her characters and the world that they live in with her readers. Tarrah enjoys creating characters that you can be friends with, so get ready to make some new friends.
She is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, but living in beautiful San Diego with her family, while working in Program Management within the social work field.
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